Let’s keep protecting each other
For the start of the 2021/22 academic terms, Confetti has returned to in-person teaching supported by remote sessions, such as industry masterclasses, where it adds benefit. Here you will find information about our COVID-19 safety requests.
We will continue to monitor official guidance, updating our policies and practices in line with official updates and announcements.
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Let’s keep protecting each other
Keep a respectful distance from others, avoiding close contact where you can
Support our enhanced cleaning regimes by using hand sanitisers and observing best hygiene practises
Wear your ID lanyards at all times
Help prevent transmission by wearing a face covering when moving around our buildings and in crowded spaces
Students and staff are encouraged to take a Lateral Flow Test twice-weekly when on campus.
You can order your Lateral Flow testing packs for free, by visiting: https://www.gov.uk/order-coronavirus-rapid-lateral-flow-tests
We are strongly encouraging all those eligible to take up their offer of an approved COVID-vaccination.
Having a COVID-vaccination is an important measure to help reduce the spread of coronavirus and keep yourself and others safe.
Find out more including how to book your vaccination: https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/coronavirus-vaccination/coronavirus-vaccine/
Please check your sources of information and make sure you make the right decision for you.
While we are doing everything we can to keep you safe while on campus, COVID-19 is still circulating in Nottinghamshire and the UK as a whole. Should you test positive for COVID-19 or develop symptoms you will need to keep us informed.
Symptoms to look out for
- A new, continuous cough
- High temperature
- A loss or change to your sense of smell or taste
What to do if you develop symptoms/test positive
If you develop the symptoms listed above while on campus, please inform your tutor or a member of staff immediately (please maintain social distancing and wear a face covering when doing so) and go straight home:
- Avoid touching anything, use anti-bac and wash hands regularly
- Cough or sneeze into a tissue and put it in the bin, if you do not have a tissue, cough or sneeze into the crook of your elbow
- Avoid public transport to travel home, if possible
If you develop the symptoms listed above when you are not on campus, please DO NOT come to Confetti and inform the Absence Line immediately.
Degree-level students should also fill in the self-disclosure form available here.
What will happen after you inform us
Our teams will be in touch to establish:
- Who you have come into contact with
- What building/rooms you have been in
- When the symptoms started
You will then be asked to self-isolate and call 119 or visit the NHS website and schedule to have a COVID-19 test. Please remain at home until the end of your self-isolation period.
What we will do to keep the community safe
Together with our Estates team we will organise the immediate deep clean of all areas that the student has been in contact with.
In the case of a suspected case (student reporting symptoms) we will inform all those that have been exposed. There is no need to self-isolate unless displaying any symptoms of COVID-19. Please take extra-precautions regarding social distancing and handwashing.
In the case of a confirmed case (student reporting a positive test) we will inform all those that have been exposed and ask that you follow current government guidelines for your circumstances.
When you can return to campus
You will be allowed to return to campus if:
- Your period of self-isolation has finished
- You AREN’T displaying any symptoms
If your symptoms continue after the period of self-isolation, please remain at home until your symptoms have subsided.
Thank you for helping keep the Confetti community safe.